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>> it would need to be as soon as possible. the abag program is geared towards capital projects and this is more of an operation-based project so that even aside from the sponsorship issue, there are other things that we're trying to address in the application. but we would need -- apri did need an eligible project sponsor as soon as possible. [speaker not understood] mta as well. >> thank you. >> thank you. commissioner mar. >> thanks. and i wanted to just say that i'll review the criteria. i know that a number of the projects impact multiple districts. i note for one number 4, the fulton street gate enhancement probably impacts districts 5, 6 and a little bit of 1. the biggest one down at the bottom, number 11, the masonic avenue complete streets. i think it's a tiny bit of 2 and much of 5 and a little bit of 1 as well. but is that a part of the criteria, that it's going to impact the broader range of supervisorial districts than just one? i know it's based largely on need and how it fits a complete streets model, i'm guessing, but what about the range of supervisorial distric
board approved a set of prioritization and screening criteria that will be applied to the abag coffer from elks. -- projects. [speaker not understood] based on the metropolitan transportation's criteria with a few particular prioritization criteria added for emphasis, in particular, complete [speaker not understood] pedestrian safety, task force identified areas that we could ascertain how these projects would be able to meet san francisco's priorities. so, there were a few additional criteria that were added to mtcs. we have developed a scoring matrix that is based entirely on the prioritization criteria approved by the board, [speaker not understood] scores about how the projects are able to meet the criteria. we have distributed that list of scoring to the applicants so that they have been able to review the preliminary scores that have been given to their projects. we are working with the sponsors right now to provide feedback if they are not in agreement on a certain scoring, but their project has been given at this time, but there is detailed instruction for how the score has b
the issuance of a tax exempt obligation by the abag finance authority for nonprofit corporations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $32,000,000 to finance and refinance various capital facilities owned by san francisco friends school. >> thank you. for this item we have anthony abizon. >> good morning, members of the budget analyst committee. my name is anthony [speaker not understood] with the controller's office of public finance. the item before you approves the issuance of $32 million to finance and refinance capital improvements at san francisco friends school. there is no fiscal impact to the city and the city is not responsible for repayment. the resolution adopting the resolution would allow the financing to proceed on a tax exempt basis. and in the audience is bond counsel and members, representatives from the school if you have any project specific questions. >> thank you. just a quick question. this item does not have any fiscal impact for the city. so, therefore, there's no budget analyst report for that, there is no general fund impact. but generally thes
were willing to mark them up. the pedestrian network used the grid, but it also used the abag bay trail. it also used corridors that were working specifically on second interest and market street, knowing there are concerns with investment * . working with cac, jamie whit can hererctiontion, gave me a richness with pedestrian safety has only helped us. bicycle network, again, existing what's proposed. parking and arterials network, facilities we know about how big the parking garages and lots were, we're expanding this network to include private garages as well as public garages because we think that the solutions lie in partnerships with private and public parking well beyond the sort of clumsy way we roll out parking resources now. so, here's a map that's otherwise impossible that really understand. now that you've seen how we built this, all these layers upon layers, what we're getting is this is a really dense rich area that has a lot of opportunity, but a lot of challenges. these circles that are radiating around pier 30-32, they could be drawn on any of the big projects. but they
happened, an editor by the name of abag rosenthal, and --h sulzbergerger's support we are not talking about arthur ochs sulzberger. -- now talking about arthur ochs sulzberger. he said, let's make it four sections. that changed "the times" to an extent. it became much more of a magazine. "the times" that you read, monday sports, wednesday science, dining, thursday, home and style, friday, arts, saturday -- in new york, you get a special sports section, but the rest of the country does not. so what happens, "the times" did very well, in part, because of advertising. we are now in a period of the vietnam war. a lot of advertisers did not want to be on the same page as the vietcong, blood, gore. that is why we started with the normandy invasion. then it was kind to be on the same page because it was us against them. but here we have us against them and us against us. so these special sections that was a great advertising boom, they were short on content sometimes. in my book i used the term "the times" light. what happens, they would dummy down these sections. if you read the sections, sometim
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